Don’t miss the opportunity to see these rare collections valued in the millions at the World’s Fair of Money® in Pittsburgh, August 8-12.
GreatCollections, the ANA’s Official Auctioneer, will display the Elite Collection of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles, 1907-1932 – the finest of the series ever assembled.
“Tyrants of the Thames 2.0” is a brand new exhibit with select pieces from the Tyrant Collection. This exhibit will showcase about 300 of the finest English coins outside of Great Britain (and possibly the finest collection in private hands).
Elite Collection of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles
GreatCollections, the ANA’s Official Auctioneer, will display the Elite Collection of Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles, 1907-1932 – the finest of the series ever assembled. Valued at over $20 million, the 61 coins (53 Business Strikes plus eight Proofs) include highlights from former great numismatists such as Eliasberg, Akers, Duckor, Simpson and Koessl. Thirty-five of the 61 coins are either the single finest known or tied for finest. The average grade is a staggering 66.57. It is the first time this collection will be exhibited.
Tyrants of the Thames 2.0
This will be only the second time these famous coins have been displayed in the United States, with tens of millions of dollars in exhibit improvements and additions since the last time it was displayed.
New additions to the exhibit, which haven’t been displayed before, include:
Several additional early Anglo-Saxon Gold Thrysmas
Early Phase gold and silver
Additional Anglo-Saxon Pennies, including the Henry III 1257 Gold Penny Fr. 80 (the first English coin and in superb condition)
Early hammered “Heavy Weight” Nobles, alongside the normal “Light Weight” varieties
Complete gem Proof Sets from 1746 George II through 1953 Elizabeth II, which will include the finest known 1837 Victoria Una & the Lion Proof Set and the unique 1937 King Edward VIII only complete Proof Set in private hands, most in original cases as issued.